|The Power of African American Women Disc 6 - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Disc 6 of a 9 disc set: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | Part 1: "Voices of Pacifica: Gwendolyn Brooks" Spring 2001 from PZ0300.083. Part 2: "Poets and Politicians Against the War" by June Jordan Talk by poet & Professor of Afro-American & Women's Studies at U.C. Berkeley. Also reads her poems & an essay called "The Evening Malcolm X Died." KPFA broadcast, march 1991 from AZ0936. Part 3: "Why Choose Love?" by bell hooks On the question of love, feminism, parenting, homophobia, & more...
Keywords: Gwendolyn Brooks; June Jordan; bell hooks
|SLounge285 - Larry Winfield|
No. 285 - August 17th, 2012 - 82:49 "Sweet Home Chicago" 00:30 "Kitchenette Building" - Gwendolyn Brooks; 'Chicago Poetry Tour' 02:43 Welcome 03:30 Geeknotes: 100 Thousand Poets for Change, SSDP New Look, Smog Veil Records August Newsletter, ONYXCON 4, Facebook Allows Marijuana Reform Ads 07:38 Open Mic Stage Intro 09:19 "Free" - Sean Rasul 11:51 "Long Way Home" - Quraysh Ali Lansana; 'Chicago Poetry Tour' 13:15 "Speak Low (feat: Mac Lethal)" - Kid Called Computer 18:41 "Stay Alive" - Cold Blue ...
Keywords: Sundown Lounge 285; SLounge285; Gwendolyn Brooks; 100 Thousand Poets for Change; SSDP; Smog Veil Records; ONYXCON 4; Sean Rasul; Quraysh Ali Lansana; Kid Called Computer; Mac Lethal; Cold Blue Kid; Smoke & Magic; William Kurk Enterprise; All-Star Horns; The Kickback; Stuart Dybek; Girl Detective; Justin and the Salty Dogs; Sich; Reveton; Ana Castillo; Rachel Barton Pine; Backyard Ghos
|Studs Terkel - Born To Live - WA4CZD|
Studs Terkel July 6, 1962 Born To Live: Hiroshima (rebroadcast, taped from the radio). This is a classic cold war program recorded in 1961 that features interviews, spoken word/sound collage, and music about nukes. Influenced by Norman Corwin but IMO lacks his cohesiveness.
Keywords: Cold War; Carl Sandburg; Alexander Elliot; Harlow Shapley; Georgia Turner; Arthur C Clarke; John Ciardi; Nicolai Pogodin; Albert Einstein; Buckminster Fuller; William Sloane Coffin Jr; Shanta Ghandi; Sean O'Casey; Salvatore Baccaloni; Gwendolyn Brooks; Miriam Makeeba; James Baldwin; Simone de Beauvoir; Lillian Smith; Perry Maranda; Mytoko Harubasa; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Pete Seeger; Atomic Bomb; Hiroshima-shi (Japan) -- History -- Bombardment, 1945
|Tenderloin Times (November 1987) (Volume Vol. 11, No. 10)|
Tenderloin neighborhood monthly newspaper
Keywords: Homeless shelter plan; AIDS and Women; Vietnamese Voters; Ask the people: If you could be invisible for 24 hours, what would you do?; House Log; Election Recommendations; Doan Van Toai; Vietnamese Gulag; Inshort: North of Market Child Development Center; International Haiku Conference; Diem Bui; Dalt Hotel tenants; Daughters of the Country film; Sequoia Hotel; Pacific Bay Inn; Crime report; Cambodians seek families; North of Market Planning Coalition meeting; Seriphape; Lao Journal; Knight's Restaurant closes; Eatin' the Loin: Taqueria Chula; The Tenderside; 509 Club Cultural Exchange; Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Festival; Adam Gottstein; Art of Work at Local 2; Calendar; Gwendolyn Brooks; Toltec in Decoland; photo essay; Ten Years of Tenderloin Times; Ron Silliman; Rob Waters; Peter McCarthy; Interview: Cesar Ascarrunz; Tenderloin Writers' Workshop: Poetry; Tenant Tips; Acting Our Age film on aging women; Lucille Isenberg; Ana Bosch